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African Americans intermarried with Indians as early as the mid 1700ís. Intermarriage between Indians, Africans and Europeans were quite common in the Eastern seaboard and southeastern states.
Black Sea German Research Review
I recently discovered a great website for researching ancestors that are German that resided near the Black Sea, Black Sea German Research. Come learn more about this AWESOME genealogical and historical resource!
BlogTalkRadio is a new genealogical resource I have recently started using. Come learn what topics you can listen to and learn from.
Bolivar L. Shook, Cabin on the Hill
Charles Noah and Mary Martha Shook are the parents of Bolivar Lee Shook, the author of song, Cabin on the Hill, recorded by Flatt & Scruggs.
Bootlegging and Our Ancestors
When I started doing my family history, I was interested in military service. I never knew that my grandfather had tried to serve, but he was discharged for not being completely honest on his application. He had failed to disclose he was on probation for bootlegging. Come learn more...
Breaking Brickwall Tips in your Names
There are times when we are doing research that we find ourselves just hitting brick walls. But, as determined researchers we continue to try and solve the family mystery. Here are some examples of problems I encountered recently and how I solved them. Hopefully, it might help you as well.
Buildling for Others
Building for others as you do your genealogical research is very important. Many genealogist wonder why the need to document everything they research-whether a negative or positive source. It is so important to remember that you just never know who may be coming behind you years from now.
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands
The Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands was established by the War Department on March 3, 1865. Its primary function was to supervise all relief and educational activities relating to refugees and freedmen. Come learn more about it.
BYU Genealogy & Family History Resources
The Brigham Young University (BYU) Family History & Genealogy Resources webpage is a great source for genealogy information. The following are just a few of the features this site offers.
CAFG Forensic Genealogy Institute
The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy announces the 2014 Forensic Genealogy Institute is now open for registration. Come learn more!
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